Iga Adamska is an undergraduate student of Cognitive Science at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń and a member of the Computational Neuroimaging Team. During her studies, she became interested in analysis of the time-varying brain activity and she is developing BrainStates – an open-source Python toolbox for describing and visualizing brain states. She completed an internship in the Centre for Modern Interdisciplinary Technologies in Toruń, under the supervision of Karolina Finc, PhD, during which she became familiar with analysis of the reorganization of the functional connectome. Her interests include neuroplasticity, network neuroscience and psychedelic neuroscience. Currently, she is writing her Bachelor thesis on changes in time-varying brain activity induced by lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD).
The complexity of the brain architecture is accompanied by the dynamics of neuronal activity whil…